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  6. We've realized you're assertion is IDIOTIC. Let's try this again: http://thegardentapes.co.uk/tgt.html
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  8. Thought I was among people who would realise. Obviously not
  9. What are you even arguing here? That "Black Dog" is the same tune as "Dazed & Confused"? Your post is muddled. If you are trying to say that the Mobile "Black Dog" is the same as the TSRTS "Black Dog", well then of course it's the same damn tune. But they are not the same performance. "Black Dog" wasn't like "Dazed and Confused", "How Many More Times", "SIBLY" and other more improvisational songs. They played it with little variation for the most part. But even a cursory listen to Mobile's "Black Dog" reveals enough different vocal inflections by Plant, Bonham's accents, and Page's riffing to see that it is not the same as MSG "TSRTS" version.
  10. I've heard that d&c MORE than enough times to hear the same solo there. It's the SAME in parts Listen to the Black Dog and tell me it's not the same damn tune
  11. It's not verbatim "MSG". More proof your hearing is off. The 2007 remaster removed the great "Celebration Day" solo that was on the original TSRTS soundtrack.
  12. Unsubstantiated horseshit! This is what the big leagues looks like: http://thegardentapes.co.uk/tgt.html
  13. Two songs in and this kooky theory is already blown out of the water. "Rock and Roll" and "Celebration Day" aren't even close to the TSRTS soundtrack versions. Mobile '73 is a fine show but it was not used for "TSRTS". I hear all sorts of differences between Mobile and the three MSG shows used for the movie. The "Celebration Day" outro solo in "TSRTS" is a one-of-a-kind solo, never duplicated...not even at the other two MSG shows. Same thing with "No Quarter". I can hear the difference between Mobile and MSG. I don't give a fuck what some Youtuber says. Those algorithms are about as valid as Wikipedia or Facebook. Find another conspiracy theory to sell...we're full up here.
  14. See on YT. It even has used it's algorithms to determine this Black Dog is the TSRTS Black Dog.
  15. Anyone find something we've not seen or heard since the early 90's let us know !
  16. 1hr 16 mins in, yes it's the raw bones of that genius it turnt into
  17. LZFilm or someone needs to put these tracks over TSRTS and I'm damn sure theres some synchronisation. I find it VERY interesting certain shows have SOME parts of the show soundboarded like D&C's solos and the WLL medleys (the only parts of the show you can only do ONCE) like in Hamburg, Vienna and others all of which I hear tiny drops of in the final "MSG" mix, Essen too especially.
  18. Listen to NQ and D&C tell me it's not verbatim "MSG"... Those are just the ones you can get the nuances from, stuff like Black Dog and RnR it sounds EXACTLY the same Celebration Day too, that solo is only doable once and all the intricate parts are here and on the 07 remaster Either Pagey was channelling himself from the future or it's the same fucking show spliced up.
  19. "In The Studio" Unlike its unassuming 1968 debut, Led Zeppelin II was released the following year in October, when record companies put out their blockbusters guaranteed to rack up holiday sales. And unlike the first album, Led Zeppelin II hit American Top 40 radio fifty years ago like a thunderclap. When I heard both Chicago radio powerhouses WLS and WCFL play “Whole Lotta Love” by Led Zeppelin in Fall 1969, it changed my life and forged the template for hard rock/ heavy metal for half a century. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant join me here In the Studio on Led Zeppelin II‘s fiftieth anniversary to document what had ensued in the year and a half between the first two releases, and to reveal the songs you know by heart including “What Is and What Should Never Be”, “Thank You”, “Heartbreaker/ Living Loving Maid(She’s Just a Woman)”, and “Ramble On”. –Redbeard https://www.inthestudio.net/online-on-demand/led-zeppelin-ii-50th-anniversary-jimmy-page-robert-plant/ "Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II at 50" https://classicrock1011.radio.com/media/audio-channel/led-zeppelin-led-zeppelin-ii-50-segment-1 https://classicrock1011.radio.com/media/audio-channel/led-zeppelin-led-zeppelin-ii-50-segment-2 FLASHBACK THROWBACK - LED ZEPPELIN II https://www.iheartradio.ca/kfun-99-5/audio-video/flashback-throwback-led-zeppelin-ii-week-of-20-oct-19-1.10106909
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